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Coast Guard aircrews stayed busy on Monday from the Southeast to western Alaska.
It’s an exercise held every three years.
She was struck on Egan Drive near the Gold Creek crosswalk.
The man had suffered head trauma and crew were unable to control the bleeding.
The vehicle, which had been parked for several months, was totally gutted.
The fire comes as a dry week witnesses multiple grass fires.
The kayaker was in the water for more than 20 minutes, firefighters said.
The exercise will test the city’s response to a hazmat emergency.
Fortune favors the prepared.
The circumstances of the blaze make it unlikely to be an accident, said the fire marshal.
Police are investigating, and the state medical examiner will perform an autopsy.
It appears to be male but it’s been outdoors for a significant period of time.
The fire was an accident, the investigation determined.
The man was experiencing stroke-like symptoms.
An electrical fault in a light was suspected.
Contray to rumors, no one fell in the river.
Bystanders attempted to extinguish the fire, but the vehicle is likely a total loss.
Despite recent cold spell, local lakes still unsafe.
There were no arrests made in the incident.
No injuries occured, but the house was badly damaged.